Written by Kami Ann Davis 🌹🍃
Hi Friends! Hope you haven’t given up on your Kratom growing!
Always remember that the winter months, your trees will ‘look’ like they’re dying, but I promise that they are not. If you can still see some new growth or green anywhere on your plant, there’s hope!
This is my very first winter, growing Kratom and I seriously thought I was going to need a greenhouse. However, as you can see my Kratom plants are doing well.
I did buy a very nice greenhouse. I will definitely need that for when I want to grow a larger amount of trees. But for now my windowsill is working out perfectly.
The only thing I do to my Kratom plants is give them water and sunshine, that’s it. If you need to transplant your Kratom plant, be sure you do use a good soil, such as Miracle Grow Potting Soil.
If you live in colder climate than what I have in California, you might have to put your plants in a tent and possibly give them more care, such as maybe special fertilizer etc.
Something I did forget to mention, the use of eggshells. I add crushed eggshells and I KNOW for a fact that it helps. I did a test on one of my plants to see if there would be any difference and it was huge. The eggshells helped the plant to really grow and produce stronger leaves.
Also, my dear friend Amy mentioned the use of organic soil. That is an option, however; I haven’t tried this yet.
You’ll never really know unless you try, so I say try! What do you have to lose? If you can afford it, definitely go for it!!!
Absolutely, do not let what others have to say about it, and what their experiences were (growing), discourage you into not trying.
If you do start growing and have questions, please feel free to reach out to me. I would love to know how your plants are turning out!
Toodles And Happy Growing Everyone!
Written by Kami Ann Davis 🌹🍃
2 thoughts on “Do Not Get Discouraged When Growing ~”
We need a good supply of kratom grown hear, just in case the indonesia kratom ban goes through, although I suspect the AKA will eventually win out there, but still. Not having to pay for imported kratom could seriously save us a lot of money, although I’m not sure how the kratom leaves are ground into powder that is then used, or capped, coffee or spice grinder? Somehow I think you need industrial grade equipment for that, but someone will eventually figure it out. I’m glad people are growing their own. There will always be people who doubt, kami is right. At least try it
Yes ,, I agree with you madam. our plants are allowed to remain natural. without pesticides or other chemical fertilizers. Every 8 months we harvest this magic leaf by cutting it, then we keep the roots growing back on their own. We let it grow on its own next year until the harvest comes.
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> Kami Ann Davis posted: ” Written by Kami Ann Davis [image: ð¹][image: ð] > Hi Friends! Hope you havenât given up on your Kratom growing! Always > remember that the winter months, your trees will âlookâ like theyâre dying, > but I promise that they are not. If you can still see some new growth or” >
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